Jun 29, 2022  
2019-2020 LSUA Catalog 
    
2019-2020 LSUA Catalog [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

Nursing, LPN-ASN


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Licensed Practical Nurses pursuing an Associate of Science in Nursing may elect to enroll in the LPN-ASN track. The goal of the track is to facilitate educational mobility from Licensed Practical Nursing to Registered Nurse practice at the associate degree level. In the program, LPN’s will be able to progress with testing to verify previous nursing education. Up to twelve hours of nursing credit may be awarded after successful completion of the LPN transition course, NURS 1019  and successful completion of competency testing.

Admission Requirements

To be eligible for admission, students must meet the criteria presented in Nursing, ASN . In addition to meeting these criteria, students must also hold an unencumbered LPN license in the State of Louisiana. 

Degree Audit Sheet

A fillable degree audit sheet for students and their academic advisors is available here.

Total Credits: 72


General Education Requirements


See list of approved courses in the General Education  section of the catalog.

Total Credits: 6


Social Sciences


Total Credits: 3


Total Credits: 6


Total Credits: 7


Total Credits: 3


Fine Arts


Total Credits: 3


Total Credits: 28


Major Requirements


Note: Students who have successfully completed NURS 1019  competency testing and standardized exam will receive credit for NURS 1030 , NURS 1031 , and NURS 1032 . Should the student be unsuccessful in either competency testing or standardized exam, those courses will be required before the student progresses in the nursing program.  For example: If the student is successful in the competency testing for skills but not in the standardized exam, the student will receive credit for NURS 1031 , but would be required to successfully complete NURS 1030  and NURS 1032 .

Total Credits: 36


Total Credits: 8


Suggested Sequence of Courses


 

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